Welcome to the new frontier of human and planetary wellness
Our planet is home to thousands of species of mushrooms with rich culinary, medicinal, and cultural traditions.
Meet the most life-sustaining organisms on our planet.
Mushrooms have been widely used across human history for thousands of years.
With thousands of known species, it is believed that hundreds of thousands, if not millions, have yet to be discovered. We are only scratching the surface of understanding these incredible organisms.
The most recognizable part of the mushroom is known as the fruiting body.
Mushroom fruiting bodies have incredible versatility and have been used across centuries for cooking, art, and medicine.
Over 90% of plant life on earth rely on a vast underground network of mushroom mycelium for survival. It is a subterranean superhighway, delivering the water and essential nutrients necessary for life.
Mycelium themselves are incredibly nutrient dense, rich in enzymes, minerals, and fiber.
Mushroom have emerged as a sports nutrition essential, thanks to a rich and diverse nutrient profile of vitamins, electrolytes, antioxidants and prebiotics.
Researchers continue to explore the uses of mushrooms as a new category of performance superfood.